ISBN-13: 9780984504008
Publisher: Synergy Books
Published: November 2010
48 pgs
Source: Publicist

Adventures of Rusty & Ginger Fox is one of the most interesting children book I have came across lately. What makes this book such a lovely reading experience to me is aside from the cute story, author Tim Ostermeyer has captured the essence of the wildlife animals through his excellent photography skills.

Rusty and Ginger belong to the red foxes species. The story opens with them exploring the forest and they encounter all kinds of other wildlife animals (such as deers, wolves, cougars, black bears, bobcats) along their way; another thing I loved is it has a fact page of wildlife information for every animal introduced in the book so readers are able to learn a little more about them as they read along.

Rusty and Ginger then stumbled upon an island where they got to meet two little adorable girls and to explore a treasure chest. Finally, there is also a message about sharing towards the end of the story which I find all so meaningful and endearing. This is absolutely a charming book to be read by readers of all ages.

About the Author: Tim Ostermeyer has spent the last 20 years taking pictures of wildlife worldwide and winning over 250 first-place awards for his photography. Currently living in Allen, Texas, Ostermeyer works as a structural analyst for the engineering firm Raytheon and continues his passion for photography while operating his photography studio. For more information on Ostermeyer and his photography, please visit or

(Many thanks to the publicist for sending this book to me for review.)

7 Responses

  1. Veens Says:

    Such a sweet little cute book!

  2. Violet Says:

    aw...I wish I had something like this growing up, sounds like a cute story. I'm sure your little girls must have loved it too.

  3. Julia Says:

    This look like ti goinig to be a cute, fun, charming and meaningful reading :)

  4. Darlene Says:

    This does sound like a wonderful children's book.

  5. Alice Says:

    Hi Melody, I look at the foxes on the cover and immediately I thought Mozilla Firefox! LOL. This sounds like a wonderful book.

  6. Check out for my other children books on baby penguins, baby tigers, baby polar bears, baby snow monkeys, baby ducks, and baby kangaroos.

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